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you forgot the smell. It is its own person.

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BTW for everyone's info. Jim is a local as well. He lives in Snohomish county and I actually know exactly who he is!

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Massivedesign wrote:
On it he displays used loading dies in 7.65 Belgian and .25-20, both in boxes from the original Herter's company. He also has a half-box of .38-55 cartridges, a Western-style gun belt he hasn't been able to wear since 1978, a used cleaning kit, and a nickel-plated Iver Johnson Premier revolver in .32 S&W.

Definitely have seen this guy. Very obscure reloading dies for 150% of what they sell for on eBay...

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This posted on the same day a WAC show is listed.

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Here is another great take on Gun Shows: ... w/c1h8w0e/

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.....and then there is the field guide of patrons that attend gun shows, I will have to condense that one, it could be endless. A thru Z, .....there is 2 sides to this story. To be continued, being Sunday night after the Wac show I'm overwhelmed with examples, I need a nap

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In the lexicon of gun show types, do we include the people that bitch in online forums about the one super specialized thing they were looking for and didn't find?

Mon Mar 27, 2017 7:49 am
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Most gun owner wannabes are like women - gonna bitch about everything, and complain about everything - unless they think they ass raped a vendor on a deal.

In which case, they gonna brag about it for the rest of their natural lives to anyone within listening range.

With photos of the trophy, and a longer story than anyone has time for.

Item in question is usually something like - a shell holder. A few cards of primers. A partial box of weird ammo. An old Mauser sling for their AR. A rusty wall hanger.

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